A few recent photos. found items hoophouse in progress hoophouse done!
The kitchen smells like basil and woodsmoke, with a hint of oregano. I just spent the afternoon processing and packaging dried herbs to sell at tomorrow’s Winter Farmers’ Market. It’s amazing to me how the flavors of summer come rushing back when I open a bag of these herbs. All summer, we cut batches of […]
Our farm was featured in this recent story in The Wire about NH Farm to School: Making the Connection. In the fall, we made weekly deliveries to Exeter High School, where food service director Jeanne Pierce is doing great things with local food! As we make our crop plans for the 2012 growing season, we’ll […]
As you can tell from the orange and pink markers all around the farm, the property was recently surveyed as part of the process of working toward the conservation easement that will soon be in place. Survey maps in hand, we decided to walk the perimeter of the property to get familiar with the farm’s […]
Gilfeather Turnips We are packing our truck for the first Winter Farmers’ Market of the season. We’re loading up squash, potatoes, onions, carrots, turnips, and a bunch of other stuff I’ve been washing, sorting and packing for the last few days. We are almost ready! The pre-Thanksgiving market is one of my favorite days of […]
It’s officially roasted root vegetable season at our house. This is how we like to eat our hearty fall roots like turnips, beets, and carrots, and of course you can toss in any combination of potatoes, onions, garlic, shallots, or winter squash too. If you haven’t tried roasting turnips, you’re in for something really good. […]
Big news! We are moving the farm to a new location. After many years of farming on leased land, we are finally putting down permanent roots. In October 2011 we will be moving to a historic property in Brentwood currently known as Creamery Brook Farm. We are working with the current owners, the Southeast […]